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Environmental Site Inspection

Checklist

WBC

Form Number : EF-EI04-01


Revision Number : 1
Date : 1-1-2006

Note : This form is designed for general use and may not be exhaustive. Modifications and
additions may be necessary to suit individual projects and to address specific environmental
issues and associated mitigation measures.
Project contract no. CV/2006/01
Site Location : Stanley Bay
Project :
Construction stage / status during inspection :
Inspection Date :
Inspected by :

Phase 1 Drainage & Road works

25 January 2006
Inspection Time :
CY Tam (Project Environmental Engineer)
Weather :
Remarks

Implemented?
Inspection Items

N/A
Yes

1.

No*

Air Pollution Control

1.1. Are
the
construction
sites
watered
to
minimize
dust
generated?
1.2. Are stockpiles of dusty materials
(size with more than 20 bags
cement) covered or watered?
1.3. Cement
debagging
process
undertaken in sheltered areas
1.4. Are all vehicles carrying dusty
loads covered/watered over prior
to leaving the site?
1.5. Are demolition work areas
watered? (e.g. trimming activities
by using breaker)
1.6. Are dusty roads paved and/or
sprayed with water?
1.7. Are dust controlled during
percussive
drilling
or
rock
breaking?
1.8. Are plant and equipment well
maintained? (any black smoke
observed, please indicate the
plant/equipment and location)
1.9. Is dark smoke controlled from
plant?
1.10. Are there enclosures around the
main dust-generating activities?
(e.g. grout mixing)
1.11. Hoarding (not <2.4m) provided
along boundaries and properly
maintained (any damage /
opening
observed,
please
indicate the location).
1.12. Are speed control measures
applied? (e.g. speed limit sign)
1.13. Others (please specify)

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0900 1500
Dry & cold

(i.e. specify location, good practices,


problem observed, possible cause of
nonconformity
and/or proposed
corrective/preventative actions)

WBC

Environmental Site Inspection


Checklist

Remarks

Implemented?
Inspection Items

N/A
Yes

2.

No*

Water Pollution Control

2.1. Are water discharge licenses


valid?
2.2. Are conditions of the license
compiled with? (check the
monitoring records and observe
physically)
2.3. Are wastewater treatment system
being
used
and
properly
maintained on site? (e.g. desilting
tank)
2.4. Are there any wastewater
discharged to the stormdrains? Is
the wastewater being treated?
2.5. Are measures provided to
properly direct effluent to silt
removal facilities? (e.g. provide
earth bunds / U-channels)
2.6. Are u-channels and manholes
free of silt and sediment?
2.7. Are sedimentation traps and
tanks free of silt and sediment?
2.8. Are all manholes on-site covered
and sealed?
2.9. Are
sandbags/earth
bund
adopted to prevent washing away
of sand/silt and wastewater to
drains, catchpit, public road and
footpath?
2.10. Are vehicles and plants cleaned
before leaving the site?
2.11. Are wheel washing facilities well
maintained to prevent overflow,
flooding sediment?
2.12. Is sand and silt settled out in
wheel
washing
bay
and
removed?
2.13. Is the public road/area around the
site entrance and site hoarding
kept clean and free of muddy
water?
2.14. Is domestic water directed to
septic tanks or chemical toilets?
2.15. Others (please specify)

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Form Number : EF-EI04-01


Revision Number : 1
Date : 1-1-2006

(i.e. specify location, good practices,


problem observed, possible cause of
nonconformity
and/or proposed
corrective/preventative actions)

Environmental Site Inspection


Checklist

WBC

Remarks

Implemented?
Inspection Items

N/A
Yes

3.

No*

Noise Control

3.1. Is the CNP (Construction Noise


Permit) valid for work during
restricted hours?
3.2. Are
copies
of
the
valid
Construction
Noise
Permits
posted at site entrance/exit?
3.3. Do
air
compressors
and
generators operate with doors
closed?
3.4. Is idle plant/equipment turned off
or throttled down?
3.5. Do air compressors and handheld breakers have valid noise
emission labels (NEL)?
3.6. Any noise mitigation measures
adopted (e.g. use noise barrier /
enclosure)?
3.7. Are silenced equipments utilized?

3.8. Others (please specify)

4.

Waste Management

4.1. Is the site kept clean and tidy?


(e.g.
litter
free,
good
housekeeping)
4.2. Are separate chutes used for
inert and non-inert wastes?
4.3. Are separated labelled containers
/ areas provided for facilitating
recycling and waste segregation?
4.4. Are
construction
wastes
/
recyclable wastes and general
refuse removed off site regularly?
4.5. Are construction wastes collected
and disposed of properly by
licensed collectors?
4.6. Are chemical wastes, if any,
collected
and
disposed
of
properly by licensed collectors?
4.7. Does chemical waste producer
license covers all major chemical
wastes produced on site?
4.8. Are chemical wastes properly
stored and labelled?
4.9. Are
oil
drums
and
plants/equipments provided with
drip trays?

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Form Number : EF-EI04-01


Revision Number : 1
Date : 1-1-2006

(i.e. specify location, good practices,


problem observed, possible cause of
nonconformity
and/or proposed
corrective/preventative actions)

WBC

Environmental Site Inspection


Checklist

Remarks

Implemented?
Inspection Items

N/A
Yes

4.10. Are drip trays free of oil and


water?
4.11. Is there any oil spillage? Cleanup
the
contaminated
soil
immediately?
4.12. Is
litter,
foam
or
other
objectionable matters in nearby
water drain/sewer cleaned?
4.13. Are asbestos wastes handled by
registered professionals?
4.14. Others (please specify)

5.

6.

Protection of Flora, Fauna and Historical Heritage

6.1. Are disturbance to terrestrial flora


minimized (e.g. plants to be
preserved)?
6.2. Are disturbance to terrestrial
fauna minimized (if rare species
identified)?
6.3. Any historical heritage exists on
site? If yes, ensure appropriate
measures taken to preserve it
6.4. Others (please specify)

7.

No*

Storage of Chemicals and Dangerous Goods

5.1. Are
chemicals
stored
and
labelled properly?
5.2. Does storage of DG comply with
license conditions (include types
and quantities if DG store is
available, check the DG store
license)?
5.3. Are proper measures to control
oil spillage during maintenance or
to control other chemicals
spillage? (e.g. provide drip trays)
5.4. Are spill kits / sand / saw dust
used for absorbing chemical
spillage readily accessible?
5.5. Others (please specify)

Resource Conservation

7.1. Is water recycled wherever


possible for dust suppression?

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Form Number : EF-EI04-01


Revision Number : 1
Date : 1-1-2006

(i.e. specify location, good practices,


problem observed, possible cause of
nonconformity
and/or proposed
corrective/preventative actions)

WBC

Environmental Site Inspection


Checklist

Remarks

Implemented?
Inspection Items

N/A
Yes

7.2. Is water pipe leakage


wastage prevented?

and

7.3. Are diesel-powered plants and


equipments shut off while not in
use to reduce excessive use?
7.4. Are
energy
conservation
practices adopted?

7.5. Are metal or other alternatives


used to minimize the use of
timber?
7.6. Are materials stored in good
condition to prevent deterioration
and wastage (e.g. covered,
separated)?
7.7. Are pesticides used under the
requirement
of
Agriculture,
Fishers
and
Conservation
Department?
7.8. Others (please specify)

8.
8.1.

8.2.

8.3.

No*

Form Number : EF-EI04-01


Revision Number : 1
Date : 1-1-2006

(i.e. specify location, good practices,


problem observed, possible cause of
nonconformity
and/or proposed
corrective/preventative actions)

Emergency Preparedness and Response


Are fire extinguishers / fighting
facilities properly maintained and
not expired? Escape not blocked
/ obstructed?
Are accidents and incidents
reported and reviewed, and
corrective & preventive actions
identified and recorded?
Others (please specify)

*Any No recorded represents the potential breach of regulation or improvement needed


and details of nonconformity (NC) shall be recorded in the Remarks.
* Report NC in the following forms. Each NC should make reference into the checklist as
coded. The responsible personnel shall identify the root cause of NC and adopt appropriate
corrective and preventive actions (CPA) for mitigation. Confirmation of the effectiveness of
the CPA shall be verified by Project Manager within an agreed time.

Signature of Site Inspector

Date

5 Jan 2006

Reviewed by Project Manager

Date

7 Jan 2006

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WBC

Environmental Site Inspection


Checklist

Improvement Request:
Project

Site Location

Inspection Date

Inspected by

NC Reference
Description of NC
Root cause of NC
CPA adopted Target
completion date
Verified by PEO (Date)
NC Reference
Description of NC
Root cause of NC
CPA adopted Target
completion date
Verified by PEO (Date)
NC Reference
Description of NC
Root cause of NC
CPA adopted Target
completion date
Verified by PEO (Date)

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Form Number : EF-EI04-01


Revision Number : 1
Date : 1-1-2006